Sorry excuse for Canadian prime minister offers apology AND $10 million dollars of taxpayer money to Omar Khadr, an al-Qaeda terrorist who killed a U.S. Army medic

The timing cannot be a coincidence: 365 days in a year, and Justin Trudeau chose the Fourth of July not only to give $10 million dollars to Canadian-born Al Qaeda terrorist Omar Khadr, but to actually give him an apology in the name of Canada.

The Rebel  There’s an Al Qaeda propaganda video of Omar Khadr with explosives in Afghanistan. We don’t know how many Canadians Khadr murdered through these IEDs, or how much of a bounty he received. We do know that he killed U.S. Army medic Christopher Speer, husband to Tabitha Speer, dad to Taryn and Tanner Speer.

Khadr confessed — not under duress but with the approval of his lawyers — and was sentenced to 40 years in prison. But the terrorist-friendly Obama administration cut a deal, so he’s back on Canada’s streets. And now Trudeau is giving him an apology and more than $10 million.

Canadians have been expressing their outrage online, particularly through Twitter and Facebook.